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New Books in Perpetrator Studies Series Continues!

This spring the Perpetrator Studies Network launched its New Books in Perpetrator Studies series. The response has been overwhelmingly positive – and so much so that we have decided to continue the series into the fall. We are therefore inviting authors with new and forthcoming books on perpetrators and perpetration of genocide and mass violence…

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PSN Book Launch Recording Now Available

Watch the discussion of Kjell Anderson and Erin Jessee’s edited volume Researching Perpetrators of Genocide on the PSN YouTube channel. The discussant was James Waller. This was the second event in the New Books in Perpetrator Studies Book Launch Series.  

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CfP Special issue of Open Military Studies

The Great Patriotic War Eastern Front 1941-1945 Guest editor: Grzegorz Rossoliński-Liebe (Freie Universität Berlin) On 22nd June 1941 at 3:15 a.m. roaring guns opened the bloodiest front of the Second World War. The Eastern Front was one of the single most important theaters of the war. Not only because of the sheer number of soldiers…

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PSN Book Launch Recording Now Available

Watch the discussion of Tim Williams’s book The Complexity of Evil: Perpetration and Genocide on the PSN YouTube channel. The discussants were Scott Straus and Alette Smeulers. The event was moderated by Carse Ramos. This was the first event in the New Books in Perpetrator Studies Book Launch Series.

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New Books in Perpetrator Studies – Book Launch Series

The Perpetrator Studies Network is happy to announce a series of online book launches that will introduce recent publications in the field and bring authors into conversation with researchers from other disciplines. The aim is to foster dialogue, across disciplines, on key issues currently discussed in perpetrator studies (issues concerning, for example, methodology, theory, ethics,…

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New Digital Exhibition: Compromised Identities? Reflections on Perpetration and Complicity under Nazism

The digital exhibition Compromised Identities? Reflections on Perpetration and Complicity under Nazism by UCL’s Centre for Collective Violence, Holocaust and Genocide Studies is now live. The exhibition explores how perpetration and complicity are represented and understood both at the time and later. It examines direct and indirect involvement in violence, everyday practices of exclusion, and post-war confrontations…

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Membership

Want to be a member of The Perpetrator Studies Network? Just send a short bio and your contact information to Susanne Knittel.

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Journal of Perpetrator Research

The Journal of Perpetrator Research is looking to fill a number of positions (editors, advisory board, submissions dept., production and administration). Click here for more information.

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